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Identification of the first fungal NADP-GAPDH from Kluyveromyces lactis.
Deletion of the phosphoglucose isomerase gene, PGI1, in Saccharomyces cerevisiae leads to a phenotype for which glucose is toxic. This is related to overproduction of NADPH through the oxidative partExpand
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l‐galactonate dehydratase is part of the fungal path for d‐galacturonic acid catabolism
An l‐galactonate dehydratase and the corresponding gene were identified from the mould Hypocrea jecorina (Trichoderma reesei). This novel enzyme converts l‐galactonate to l‐threo‐3‐deoxy‐hexulosonateExpand
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Engineering Filamentous Fungi for Conversion of d-Galacturonic Acid to l-Galactonic Acid
ABSTRACT d-Galacturonic acid, the main monomer of pectin, is an attractive substrate for bioconversions, since pectin-rich biomass is abundantly available and pectin is easily hydrolyzed.Expand
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The industrial potential of bio-based glycolic acid and polyglycolic acid: Short survey
The use of renewable natural resources in industrial applications reduces dependence on oil and the carbon footprint attributable to manufacture and use of consumer products. Several well-knownExpand
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The Limitations of Ankle Brachial Index when used Alone for the Detection/Screening of Peripheral Arterial Disease in a Population with an Increased Prevalence of Diabetes
A retrospective analysis was performed comparing the effectiveness of ankle brachial index (ABI) to Doppler waveform analysis for the detection of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in a group ofExpand
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Fabrication d'acide xylonique
L'invention porte sur un procede de production d'acide xylonique a partir de xylose avec une souche fongique recombinante qui est genetiquement modifiee pour exprimer un gene de xyloseExpand